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A LIST OF WORKS 



RELATING TO THE 



FIRST AND SECOND BANKS OF 
THE UNITED STATES 



WITH CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF REPORTS, ETC., 
CONTAINED IN THE AMERICAN STATE PAPERS 
AND IN THE CONGRESSIONAL DOCUMENTS 



COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF 

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



A LIST OF WORKS 

RELATING TO THE 

FIRST AND SECOND BANKS OF 
THE UNITED STATES 

WITH CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF REPORTS, ETC., 
CONTAINED IN THE AMERICAN STATE PAPERS 
AND IN THE CONGRESSIONAL DOCUMENTS 



COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OP 

APPLETON PRENTISS CLARK GRIFFIN 

CHIEF BIBLIOGRAPHER 



WASHINGTON 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1908 



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PREFATORY NOTE 



This List has been compiled with a view to indicate material com- 
plementary to that given in the recent list on currency. 

Some of the proposals for revision of our currency system provide 
for central banks of issue. These being somewhat analogous to the 
old Bank of the United States, and the history of that bank there- 
fore illustrative, the List notes many titles dealing with it ; also con- 
temporary discussions; but it does not go so far as to include biog- 
raphies of the chief actors in the controversy regarding it. The 
American Statesmen Series includes many of these biographies, and 
the general index to the Series under the heading " Bank of the 
United States " will guide to the pertinent material. 

As noted on the title-page, documentary material contained in the 
American State Papers and in the Congressional documents forms 
a separate section of the List. The documents cover the period from 
1789-1838, and include references to debates as printed in the Annals 
of Congress. 

A. P. C. Griffin 

Chief Bibliographer 

Herbert Putnam 

Librarian of Congress 

Washington, D. C, April 8, 1908 

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A LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE FIRST AND SECOND 
BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES 



[Biographical works are not included] 



Adams, John Quincy. Speech < suppressed by the previous ques- 
tion > on the removal of the public deposits, and its 
reasonSc 

Washington: Printed by Gales and Beaton, 1834- 4$ pp. 8°. 
Same. 

[Boston: 1834-] 32 pp. 8°. {Waterman pamphlets, vol. 
80, no. 23.) 

Caption-title. 

Allan, Chilton. Speech on the subject of the removal of the depos- 
its. Delivered in the House of Kepresentatives of the 
United States, March 27 and 28, 1834. 
Washington: Printed by Gales and Seaton, 1834- 30 pp. 8°. 
(Miscellaneous pamphlets, vol. 1001, no. 11.) 

Ames, Herman V. State documents on federal relations : the states 
and the United States. 
Philadelphia: The department of history of the University 
of Pennsylvania, 1906. 320 pp. 12°. 

" First bank of the United States," pp. 89-103. 

Baker, Henry F. Banks and banking in the United States. 

Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1853. 5'B pp. 8°. 

[Bancroft, George] The Bank of the United States, an article 
reprinted from the North American review for April, 
1831. 

Boston: Hale's steam-power-press, 1831. 44 VV- 

Bank of the United States. Charters. An act to incorporate the 
subscribers. 

Philadelphia, by order of the board of directors, 1816. 
39 pp. 16°. 

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Bank of the United States. An act to incorporate the subscribers 
to the Bank of the United States. 

Philadelphia: Printed by order of the board of directors, 
1816. 55, (1) pp. 16°. 

"Rules and regulations:" pp. [41]-55. 

— An act to incorporate the subscribers to the Bank 

of the United States. 
Washington City : Printed by order of the board of direct- 
ors, 1817. 55, (1) pp. 16°. 

"Rules and regulations:" pp. [41]-55. 

[Correspondence and documents relating to the transactions 

between its office at Savannah and the State institutions 
of that place. 

n. p. mo.'] 92, (18) pp. 8°. ■ ' 

An exhibit of the losses sustained at the office of discount 

and deposit, Baltimore, under James A. Buchanan, presi- 
dent, and James W. M'Culloh, cashier. To which is ap- 
pended a report of the conspiracy cases tried at Harford 
county court in Maryland. 
Baltimore: T. Murphy, 1823. 28, xix, (1), 280, 116, (2) pp. 
Folded charts. 8°. 

The memorial of directors of the bank. 

[Philadelphia? 1833.] 55 pp. 8°. (Miscellaneous pam- 
phlets, vol. 918, no. 6.) 

Report [on Mr. Verplanck's letter]. 

[Washington], 1833. 1^8 pp. 8°. (Miscellaneous pamphlets, 
vol. 714, no. 3.) 

Report of a committee of directors [Dec. 3, 1833]. 

[n. p. 1833.] 16 pp. 8°. 

Report of a committee of directors of the Bank of the United 

States [on the removal of the deposits, Dec. 3, 1833]. 
[Philadelphia? 1833.] 48 pp. 8°. 

Report of a committee of directors of the Bank of the United 

States. 

[Philadelphia, 1833.] \l pp. 8°. 

Report of the committee of investigation appointed at the 

meeting of the stockholders of the Bank of the United 
States, held January 4, 1841. Made to an adjourned meet- 
ing, held April 5, 1841 : also, a report of the Board of di- 
rectors. 

[Philadelphia: 18^1.] 79, (1) pp. 8°. 



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Bank of the United States. Report on the condition of the Bank 
of the United States, by the committee of inspection and 
investigation, appointed at a triennial meeting of the 
stockholders. Adopted by the stockholders. 
Philadelphia: Printed by William Fry, 1822. 88 pp. 8°. 

Report to the Committee of ways and means of the House 

of Representatives, January 28, 1833. 
[Washington, 1833.] 50 pp. 8°. 

Report of the proceedings of the triennial meeting of the 

stockholders of the Bank of the United States. Held ac- 
cording to the thirteenth article of the eleventh section of 
the charter, at Philadelphia ... on the first day of Sep- 
tember, 1828. 

Philadelphia: Printed by Garden & Thompson, 1828. 10 
pp. 8°. 

Report of the proceedings of the triennial meeting of the 

. stockholders of the Bank of the United States. Held ac- 
cording to the thirteenth article of the eleventh section of 
the charter, at Philadelphia, on the first day of September, 
1831. 

Philadelphia, 1831. 31 pp. 8°. 

Rules and regulations for the government of the offices of 

discount and deposite, established by the Bank of the 
United States. 

Washington City : Printed by order of the board of directors, 
1817. 15 pp. 16°. 

{With Bank of the United States, 1816-1836. Charters. An 
act to incorporate the subscribers . . . Washington City, 
1817.] 

Rules and regulations for the government of the offices of 

discount and deposit, established by the Bank of the 
United States. 

[Philadelphia f] Printed by order of the board of directors, 
1817. lJf pp. 12°. (Miscellaneous pamphlets, vol. 834, 
no. 7) 

Beardsley, Samuel. Speech of Mr. Beardsley, of New York, on a 
memorial from the inhabitants of the city of Utica, and of 
the county of Oneida, New York, relative to the removal of 
the deposites ; delivered in the House of Representatives of 
the U. States, May 5, 1834. 
Washington: Printed by F. P. Blair, 1834. 6 VV- 8 °* 
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Benton, Thomas Hart. Speech of Mr. Benton of Missouri, on the 
resolution of Mr. Ewing for rescinding the Treasury order. 
Delivered in the Senate, December, 1836. 
Washington: Blair and Rives, printers, 1837. 28 pp. 8°. 

Biddle, Nicholas. Two letters addressed to the Hon. J. Quincy 
Adams; embracing a history of the recharter of the 
Bank of the United States, and a view of the present con- 
dition of the currency. 
London: Pelham Richardson, 1837. 20 pp. 8°. 

A Brief outline for a national bank, by a native citizen. 
Cincinnati, 1837. 8 pp. 8°. 

Caption-title. 

A Brief review of the origin, progress, and administration of the 
Bank of the United States, to the present time: respect- 
fully submitted to the stockholders, by a friendly monitor. 
2d ed. Republished, September 20, 1822. 
[Philadelphia, 1822.] (2), U pp. 12°. 

Brothers, Thomas. The senator unmasked: being a letter to Mr. 

Daniel Webster, on his speech in the Senate of the United 
States asking leave to bring in a bill to continue for six 
years the charter of the Bank of the United States. 

Philadelphia: The author, 183J+. 25 pp. 8°. 

Buchanan, [James] Speech on the power of the Bank of the 
United States, under its Pennsylvania charter ; in support 
of the bill to prevent it from re-issuing and circulating the 
notes of the old bank ... in the Senate of the United 
States, April 23, 1838. Also, his reply to Mr. Clay of 
Kentucky, on the same day. 
Washington: Printed at the Globe office, 1838. 16 pp. 8°. 

Speech against the bill to incorporate the subscribers to the 

fiscal bank of the United States. Delivered in the Senate 
. . . 7th July, 1841. 
. [n. p., 1841] IS pp. 8°. 

Caption-title. 

Bullock, Charles J. Essays on the monetary history of the United 
States. 

New York: The Macmillan company, 1900. x, (2), 292 pp. 
12°. (The citizen's library.) 

" State banks of issue," pp. 79-93. 



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Calhoun, John C. Remarks . . . delivered in the Senate of the 
United States, January 13, 1834, on the subject of the re- 
moval of the deposites [sic] from the Bank of the U. 
States. 

Washington, 1834. 16 pp. 8°. 

Remarks delivered in the Senate of the United States, 

March 21, 1834, on the motion of Mr. Webster, for leave 
to introduce a bill to continue the charter of the Bank of 
the United States for six years after the expiration of the 
present charter. 
Washington, 1834. 15 pp. 8°. 

Carey, Mathew. Desultory reflections upon the ruinous consequences 
of a non-removal of the charter of the Bank of the United 
States. 

[Washington, 1810.] 8 pp. 8°. 

Same. 2d ed. 

Philadelphia, Printed for the author, 1810. 23 pp. 8°. 
(Miscellaneous pamphlets, vol. 652, no. 8.) 

Letters to Dr. Adam Seybert, representative in Congress for 

the city of Philadelphia, on the subject of the renewal of 
the charter of the Bank of the United States. 2d ed. en- 
larged. 

Philadelphia: The author, 1811. viii, [13]-80 pp. 8°. 

Catterall, Ralph Charles Henry. The first six years of the second 
bank of the United States. 
Chicago: [Printed at the University of Chicago press] 1902. 
(2), 92, 479-490 pp. 8°. 

" Taken from a larger work, entitled ' The second bank of the 
United States,' which has appeared as Volume II, second 
series, of the University of Chicago Decennial publications." 

The second bank of the United States. 

Chicago: The University of Chicago press, 1903, [1902]. 
xiv, 538 pp. Charts. Map. 8°. (Chicago. University. 
The decennial publications. 2d ser., vol. 2.) 
" Bibliography :" pp. 513-526. 

Clarke, Matthew St. Clair, and D. A. Hall, comp. Legislative and 
documentary history of the Bank of the United States : 
including the original Bank of North America. 
Washington: Gales and Seaton, 1832. vi, [9]-832, [799]- 
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Clay, Henry. 0*11 renewing the charter of the first bank of the 
United States. Speech in Senate, 1811. 

(In his Works, comprising his life, correspondence and 
speeches, edited by Calvin Colton, vol. 5, pp. 22-33. New 
York, 1897. 8°.) 

Conant, Charles Arthur. A history of modern banks of issue; 

with an account of the economic crises of the present cen- 
tury. 

New York: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1896. xiii, (1), 595 pp. 8°. 

Same. Fourth impression. 

New York: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1902. xiii, (1), 595 pp. 8°. 
" List of authorities :" pp. 577-581. 

Cushing, Caleb. Speeches delivered in the House of representatives 
of Massachusetts on the subject of the currency and public 
deposites. 

Salem: Register press; W. Palfray, jr., 1834. 31 pp. 8°. 

Dallas, Alexander James. [Report presenting a plan of a na- 
tional bank] Nov. 27, 1814. 

(In his Life and writings, by his son, George M. Dallas, pp. 
244-256. Philadelphia, 1871. 8°.) 

Dawes, Charles G. The banking system of the United States and 
its relation to the money and business of the country. 

Chicago: Rand, McNally <& company, 1894- 83 pp. 12°. 

Dewey, Davis Rich. Financial history of the United States. 

New York, London \_etc.~] : Longmans, Green and co., 1903. 
xxxv, (2), 530 pp. Charts. 8°. (American citizen se- 
ries.) 

" References" at beginning of chapters. 

Duane, William J. Narrative and correspondence concerning the 
removal of the deposits, and occurrences connected there- 
with. 

Philadelphia, 1838. (4), 176 pp. 8°. 

Dunbar, Charles Franklin. Chapters on banking. 

Cambridge, [Mass.], 1885. 117, (2) pp. 12°. 

Chapters on the theory and history of banking. 

New York: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1891. vi, 199 pp. 12°. 
A revision of the author's " Chapters on banking." 1885. 



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Dunbar, Charles Franklin. Chapters on the theory and history of 
banking. 2d ed. enlarged ; ed. by O. M. W. Sprague. 
New York and London: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1901. viii, 
(2), 252 pp. 12°. 

Laws of the United States relating to currency, finance, and 

banking from 1789 to 1891. 
Boston: Ginn and company, 1891. 309 pp. 8°. 

Same. 1789-1896. Rev. ed. 

Boston: Ginn and company, 1897. 310 pp. 8°. 

Duncombe, Charles. Duncombe's free banking: an essay on bank- 
ing, currency, finance, exchanges, and political economy. 
Cleveland [0.] : Printed by Sanford & co., 1841. 11, 356 
pp. 12°. 

" Memorial to Congress upon the subject of republican free 
banking," and "A letter to the Hon. the secretary of state:" 
11 pp. bound before title. 

An Exhibit of the losses sustained at the office of discount and de- 
posit, Baltimore, under the administration of James A. 
Buchanan, president, and James W. McCulloh, cashier; 
comp. by the directors of the office at Baltimore, in pursu- 
ance of an order from the president and directors of the 
Bank of the United States ; to which is appended a report 
of the conspiracy cases tried at Harford County court in 
Maryland. 

Baltimore: Printed by T. Murphy, 1823. 28, xix, 280, 116, 
[2] pp. 3 folded tables. 8°. 

The First, [second] bank of the United States. 

(In United States. Report of the comptroller of the currency, 
1876, pp. vii-xv. Washington, 1876. 8°.) 

Gallatin, Albert i. e. Abraham Albert Alphonse. Considerations 
on the currency and banking system of the United States. 
Philadelphia : Carey and Lea, 1831. 106 pp. 8°. 

Originally prepared for the American quarterly review, De- 
cember 1830, and now republished with additions and cor- 
rections. 

General Jackson vetoed ; being a review of the veto message on the 
Bank of the United States. 
[n. p., 1832] 24 pp. 8°. 
Caption-title. 



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Gilbart, J ames William. The history of banking in America : with 
an inquiry how far the banking institutions of America 
are adapted to this country ; and a review of the causes of 
the recent pressure on the money market. 
London: Longman, Bees, [etc.], 1837. xii,207, (1) pp. 8°. 

Giles, William Branch. Letter to the Honorable the Legislature of 
Virginia. 

[Washington, 1812] 29, [1] pp. 8°. 

Relates to their censure of his action concerning the United 
States bank. 

Gouge, William M. The curse of paper money and banking ; or, A 
short history of banking in the United States of America. 
To which is prefixed an introduction by William Cobbett. 

London: [Mills, Joivett, and Mills'] 1833. xxii, (2), 200 
pp. 12°. 

. An inquiry into the expediency of dispensing with bank 

agency and bank paper in the fiscal concerns of the United 
States. 

Philadelphia: Printed by William Stavely, 1837. 56 pp. 
8°. 

A short history of paper money and banking in the United 

States, including an account of provincial and continental 
paper money; to which is prefixed an inquiry into the 
principles of the system. 
Philadelphia: Printed by T. W. U stick, 1833. xii, llfi, 240 
pp. 16°. 

Same. 2d ed. 

New York: B. & S. Collins, 1835. 42, (2), [5]-63 pp. 8°, 

Grundy, [Felix]. Speech upon the bill to prevent the issuing and 
circulation of the bills, notes, and securities of corpora- 
tions created by Congress which have expired, and, also, 
upon the late letter of Nicholas Biddle to John Quincy 
Adams, recommending a non-resumption of specie pay- 
ments by the banks. Delivered in the Senate of the 
United States, April 16, 1838. 
Washington: Printed at the Globe office, 1838. 14 pp. 8°. 

Hamilton, Alexander. The report of the Secretary of the Treasury 
(Alexander Hamilton), on the subject of a national bank, 
read in the House of Representatives, Dec. 13th, 1790. 
New York: A. Whiting & co., 1811. 44 pp. 8°. 



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Hamilton, Alexander. The works of Alexander Hamilton edited 
by Henry Cabot Lodge. 
New York and London: G. P. Putnam 's sons, 190^. 12 vols. 
Portrait. 8°. {Federal edition.) 

Banks essential to government, vol. 3, p. 167 ; Examples in 
other countries, vol. 1, p. 234; vol. 3, p. 428; Bank of North 
America, vol. 3, pp. 110, 119, 140; State banks, vol. 3, pp. 
110, 140 ; Necessity of national bank, vol. 2, p. 314 ; Proposed, 
vol. 1, p. 267; Established (1781), vol. 3, p. 493; Subsequent 
history of, vol. 3, pp. 493, 494; Present system, vol. 3, p. 
495; Papers on national bank, vol. 3, pp. 319, 325, 342, 343, 
347, 354, 355, 360, 367, 385, 388, 415, 428, 431, 443, 445 ; Bank 
of Maryland, vol 3, p. 141 ; Bank of the United States, Bank 
of North America, Bank of Massachusetts, Bank of Maryland, 
Bank of Providence, vol. 3, p. 141; Bank of New York, vol. 
3, pp. 110, 141. 

Haskell, Louise Porter. Langdon Cheves and the United States 
bank ; a study from neglected sources. 

{In American historical association. Annual report for 1896, 
vol. 1, pp. 363-371. Washington, 1897. 8°.) 

Hepburn, Alonzo Barton. History of coinage and currency in the 
United States and the perennial contest for sound money. 
New York: The Macmillan company, 1903. xiv, 666 pp. 8°. 



Hildreth, Richard. Banks, banking, and paper currencies ; in three 
parts. I. History of banking and paper money. II. 
Argument for open competition in banking. III. Apol- 
ogy for one-dollar notes. 

Boston: Whipple & Damrell, 1840. vi, [7]~209 pp. 12°. 

" Founded upon a much shorter treatise, pub. in January, 
1837, and entitled ' The history of banks, to which is added, a 
demonstration of the advantages and necessity of free 
competition in the business of banking.' " — p. [iii.] 

The history of banks : to which is added, a demonstration of 

the advantages and necessity of free competition in the 
business of banking. 
Boston: Hilliard, Gray & company, 1837. iv, \5~\-lJ$, iv 
pp. 12°. 

Ingersoll, Charles Jared. [Opinion] of . . . Charles J. Ingersoll 
" with reference to the United States Bank, and the ques- 
tion of vested rights 
{Philadelphia: 1836.] 12, 7 pp. 8°. 
Caption-title. 



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Johnson, Joseph French. The bank of the United States. 

(In Van Norden magazine, vol. 1, Oct., 1906, pp. 21-24.) 

Jones, Seaborn. Speech on the removal of the deposites. Deliv- 
ered in the House of Representatives United States, 
January, 1834. 
[Washington? 1831^.] 32 pp. 8°. 
Caption-title. 

Knox, John Jay. A history of banking in the United States, by 
J. J. Knox . . . assisted by a corps of financial writers in 
the various states; the entire work . . . revised and 
brought up to date by B. Rhodes and E. H. Youngman. 

New York: B. Rhodes & co., 1900. (2), xxii, 880 pp. Por- 
traits. 8°. 

Marshall, John. Complete constitutional decisions ; edited with an- 
notations, historical and legal, by John M. Dillon. 

Chicago: Callaghan c& company, 1903. xi, (1), 799 pp. 
Frontispiece (portrait). Facsimilies. 8°. 

Federal jurisdiction over corporations, Bank of the United 
States v. Deveaux, pp. 166-179 ; State laws taxing the fran- 
chises or functions of federal instrumentalities unconstitu- 
tional ; Osborn and others v. Bank of the United States, pp. 
468-511 ; Constitutional scope of federal judicial power over 
corporations in which a state is interested; Bank of the 
United States v. Planters' Bank, pp. 512-519. 

Mayo, Robert. A chapter of sketches on finance ; with an appendix, 
showing the train of insidious causes by which the removal 
of the deposites was effected ; being detached from a book 
now in preparation for the press, entitled, " Sketches of 
eight years in Washington," etc. 
Baltimore: F. Lucas, jr.; Boston: Hilliard, Gray <& co. [etc., 
■ etc.], 1837. xxxi, 115 pp. 8°. 

New Haven, Conn. Citizens. Resolutions passed by a meeting of 
the citizens of New Haven, Nov. 8, 1816, and petition, 
with accompanying documents, for a change of the loca- 
tion of a branch of the Bank of the United States from 
Middletown to New Haven. 
[New Haven? 1817.] U VP- 
No title-page. 

Observations on the Bank of the United States. 

Annapolis: Printed by J. Green [1819?]. 21 pp. 8°. 



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Penrose, Charles Bingham. Speech. On the subject of the re- 
charter of the United States Bank and the restoration of 
the deposites. Delivered in the Senate of Pennsylvania, 
March 18 and 19, 1834. 
Harrisburg : Printed by H. Welsh, 1834- 52 pp. 8°. 

Polk, James Knox. Speech in the House of representatives of the 
United States on the bill regulating the deposites of the 
public moneys in certain local banks. Delivered February 
10, 1835. 

Washington: Printed by Blair <& Rives, 1835. 12 pp. 8°. 

Speech on his motion to recommit to the Committee of ways 

and means the report of the secretary of the Treasury on 
the removal of the deposites; and the amendment offered 
by Mr. M'Duffie, instructing said committee to report a 
bill for their restoration. 
Washington: Printed by W. Green, 1834. ®5 pp. 8°. 

Prager, Max. Die Reichsbankidee in den Vereinigten Staaten von 
Amerika. 

Berlin: L. Simion nf., 1903. 64 pp. 8°. (Volkswirth- 
schaftliche Zeitfragen, Vortrage und Abhandlungen, 
hsrg. von der Volkswirthschaftlichen Gesellschaft in Ber- 
lin. Hft. 198/99.) 

Raffalovich, Arthur. Un chapitre d' histoire financiere : La seconde 
banque des Etats-Unis, 1817-1836. 

(In Revue internationale du commerce, de l'industrie et de la 
banque, 9. annee, Dec, 1907, pp. 749-770.) 

Raguet, Condy. A treatise on currency and banking. 

Philadelphia: Grigg & Elliott, 1839. ccvi, 264 pp. 8°. 

Review of the veto. Containing an examination of the principles 
of the President's message, and his objections to the bill 
. . . rechartering the Bank of the United States. 
[Washington? 1832?] 32 pp. 8°. 

[Miscellaneous pamphlets, v. 714, no. 9.] 
[Waterman pamphlets, v. 80, no. 24.] 
Caption-title. 

Same. 

Philadelphia, 1832. 66 pp. 8°. 

A Review of the veto message. 

[n. p., 1832?] 16 pp. 8°. 

On Pres. Jackson's message vetoing the bill to recharter the 
Bank of the United States, July 10, 1832. 
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Root, L. Carroll. The first United States bank. 

New York: 1897. 14 pp. 8°. (Sound currency, vol. ^, no. 7 
April 1, 1897.) 

The second Bank of the United States. General. 

New York: 1897. 20 pp. 8°. (Sound currency, vol. 4, no. 
17, Sept. 1, 1897.) 

Scott, William A. Money and banking; an introduction to the 
study of modern currencies. 
New York: Henry Holt <& company, 1903. (2), x, 381 pp. 
8°. 

" List of references," pp. 353-363. 

Sergeant, John. Speech of Mr. Sergeant, delivered in the House 
of representatives, Feb. 22, on the Bank of the United 
States. 

[Washington? 1819.] 68 pp., incl. tables. 12°. 
Caption-title. 

Sumner, William Graham. A history of American currency, with 
chapters on the English bank restriction and Austrian 
paper money. 

New York: H. Holt and company, 187 If. iv, 391 pp. 
Diagrams. 12°. 

A history of banking in the United States. 

{In A History of banking in all the leading nations, vol. 1, pp. 
(vii)-xv, 1-485. New York, 1896. L. 8°.) 

Tallmadge, Nathaniel Pitcher. Speech delivered in the Senate of 
the state of New York, February, 1832, on the resolution 
against renewing the charter of the Bank of the United 
States. 

Albany: Printed by Packard & Van Benthuysen, 1832. 37 
pp. 8°. 

At head of title: Albany Argus, extra. 

Union committee, New York, 1843. Eeport of the " Union com- 
mittee " appointed by the meeting of the signers of the 
memorial to Congress, held on the 11th day of February, 
1834, at the Merchants' Exchange, in the city of New 
York. 

New York: Harper and brothers, 1834- 34 pp- Tables. 8°. 
Albert Gallatin, first signer. On the removal of the deposits, 
and on a national bank. 



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United States. Congress. House. Committee on ways and means. 

Report of the committee of ways and means, on the sub- 
ject of the removal of the deposites from the Bank of the 
United States. Read in the House of representatives, 
March 4, 1834. 

City of Washington: Printed by F. P. Blair, 183 i. 21 
pp. 8\ 

Committee to investigate the Bank of the 

United States. Report of Mr. Thomas, of Maryland, from 
the committee of the House of representatives appointed 
to investigate the affairs of the Bank of the United States. 
Presented May 22, 1824 [read 1834]. 
Washington: Printed by F. P. Blair, 183 Jf. 23 pp. 8°. 

43d Congress, 2d session. House document, no. 92. An in- 
dex of bills presented in the House of representatives 
from the First to the Forty-second Congress, inclusive, re- 
lating to Banks . . . Prepared under the direction of Ed- 
ward McPherson, Feb. 24, 1875. 183 pp. 8°. 

Congress. Senate. Committee on -finance. Report on the 

removal of the deposites, made by Mr. Webster, from the 
Committee on finance of the Senate, on the 5th of Febru- 
ary, 1834. 

Washington: Printed by Gales and Seaton, 183 Jf. 23 pp. 8°. 

Same. 

[Washington: 183 bJ\ 12 pp. 8°.* (23d Congress, 1st session. 
Senate. Document 72.) [Miscellaneous pamphlets, vol. 
1001, no. 29.] 

Laws, statutes, etc. Digest of laws of the United States 

relating to coinage, currency, and banking. 1791-1900. 

(In Sound currency, vol. viii, pp. [65]-144. New York [1901]. 
8°.) 

President, 1829-1837. (Jackson.) Message from the Presi- 
dent of the United States, returning the bank bill, with his 
objections, etc., July 10th, 1832. Also, an extract from Mr. 
Clay's speech in the Senate, against the renewal of the 
charter of the United States bank, in 1811, and the address 
of George Clinton, vice-president of the United States, 
on the same question. Likewise a biographical sketch of 
Martin Van Buren. 
New York: Stereotyped by J. Conner, 1832. Jfi pp. 16°. 



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United States. President, 1829-1837. (Jackson.) Protest of the 
President of the United States, against the recent uncon- 
stitutional proceedings of the Senate of the United States. 
Read in Senate, April 17, 1834. 
City of Washington: Printed by F. P. Blair, 1834. 15 
pp. 8°. 

Treasury Department. The report of the secretary of the 

Treasury (Alexander Hamilton), on the subject of a na- 
tional bank. Read in the House of representatives, Dec. 
13th, 1790. 

New York: S, Whiting & co., 1811. U pp. 8°. 

Report of the secretary of the Treasury on the 

resolution of the Senate, calling for information in rela- 
tion to the state of the revenue; to which is added the 
speech of Mr. Benton on said report. 
[Washington: 1834.] S pp. 8°. 
Caption-title. 

Van Buren, Martin. A letter relative to the Bank of the United 
States; with an explanatory introduction. 
London: J. Miller, 1836. 36 pp. 8°. 

Webster, Daniel. Extracts from Mr. Webster's speeches, in 1832, 
on the passage of the bill for rechartering the Bank, and 

on the veto message. 
[n. p., 1832] Sheet. 

Remarks on the removal of the deposites, and on the subject 

of a national bank ; delivered in the Senate . . . January, 
1834. ' 

Washington: Printed by Gales & Seaton, 1834- 23 pp. 8°. 

Remarks on different occasions on the removal of the de- 
posites, and on the subject of a national bank : delivered in 
the Senate of the United States, January and February, 
1834. 

Washington: Printed by Gales & Seaton, 1834. 32 pp. 8°. 

[Weigh tman, Roger Chew], To a stockholder in the Bank 

of the United States. 
[Washington: 1825.] 43 pp. 16°. 

No t.-p. Letter in regard to the official conduct of Richard 
Smith, cashier of the Washington branch of the Bank of 
the United States. 



FIRST AND SECOND BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES 17 



White, Horace. Money and banking illustrated by American his- 
tory. 2d ed., rev. and continued to the year 1902. 
Boston: Ginn & company, 1903. xiv, Jf76 pp. Frontis- 
piece. Charts. 8°. 

Bibliography : pp. 463-469. List of authorities at end of each 
chapter. 

The second United States bank. The bank war. 

New York 1897. 12 pp. 8°. (Sound currency, vol. 4, no. 18., 
Sept. 15, 1897.) 

[Williams, Henry] of Boston. Remarks on banks and banking and 
the skeleton of a project for a national bank. By a citi- 
zen of Boston. 
Boston: Torrey & Blair, printers, 1840. 62 pp. 8°. 



REPORTS, ETC., IN THE AMERICAN STATE PAPERS AND AN- 
NALS OF CONGRESS UPON THE FIRST AND SECOND BANKS 
OF THE UNITED STATES 



1790. Public credit. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury 
[Alexander Hamilton]. Communicated to the House of 
Representatives, January 14, 1790. 
1st Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 15-37. Wash- 
ington. 1832. F°. 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 1st Congress, 2d session, vol. 

2, Appendix, cols. 2023-2030. 

Contemplates the establishment of a National bank, p. 25. 

1790. National bank. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury 
[Alexander Hamilton]. Communicated to the House of 
Representatives, Dec. 14, 1790. 
1st Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 67-76. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 1st Cong. 3d sess., vol 2, 

Appendix, cols. 2031-2059. 

Recommends the establishment of a national bank; his plan, 
etc. 

1792. Additional supplies for 1792. Report of the Secretary of 
the Treasury [Alexander Hamilton]. Communicated to 
the House of Representatives, March 17, 1792. 
2d Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 158-161. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 2d Cong. 1st sess., vol. 3, 

Appendix, cols. 1099-1105. 

Inexpediency of selling stock of United States in the Bank of 
the United States. 

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1792. Public debt. Eeport of the Secretary of the Treasury 

[Alexander Hamilton]. Communicated to the House of 
Representatives, December 3, 1792. 
2d Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 176-180. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 2d Cong., 2d sess., vol. 3, 

Appendix, cols. 1162-1174. 

Means of paying loan from Bank of United States. 

1793. Loans. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury [Alexander 

Hamilton]. Communicated to the House of Representa- 
tives, January 11, 1793. 
2d Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 185-186. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

— Same. In Annals of Congress, 2d Cong. 2d sess., vol. 3, Ap- 

pendix, cols. 1185-1186. 

Amount and terms of loans from bank to the United States. 

1793. Bank deposites, surplus revenue, and loans. [Account of 
United States with Bank of United States.] Communi- 
cated to the Senate, January 18, 1793. 
2d Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 186-190. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 2d Cong., 2d sess., vol. 3, Ap- 
pendix, cols. 1186-1197. 

1793. Loans. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury [Alexander 
Hamilton]. Communicated to the House of Representa- 
tives, February 4, 1793. 
2d Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 191-200. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 2d Cong. 2d sess., vol. 3, Ap- 
pendix, cols. 1197-1212. 

Half-monthly statements of accounts between United States 
and Bank of United States. 

Loans. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury [Alexander 
Haniilton]. Communicated to the House of Representa- 
tives, February 20, 1793. 
2d Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 223-234. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 



1793. 



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1793. Same. In Annals of Congress, 2d Cong., 2d sess., vol. 3, Ap- 

pendix, cols. 1267-1286. 

Observations on charges of favoritism to Bank of United 
States. 

1794. Loan. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury [Alexander 

Hamilton]. Communicated to the House of Representa- 
tives, February 27, 1794. 
3d Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 274-275. 

Washington, 1832. F°.) 
Respecting mode of deposits in bank, its responsibility, etc. 

1794. Loan. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury [Alexander 
Hamilton]. Communicated to the House of Representa- 
tives, April 25, 1794. 
3d Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 278-279. „ 

Washington, 1832. F°.) 
Respecting loan of $2,000,000 from Bank of United States. 

1796. Public debt. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury 
[Oliver Wolcott]. Communicated to the House of Rep- 
resentatives, Jan. 4, 19, and Feb. 3, 1796. 
4th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 371-383. 

Washington, 1832. F°.) 
Proposes to commute temporary debt due from United States 

to the bank into funded debt. 

1796. Increase of revenue. Report of the Committee of ways and 
means. Communicated to the House of Representatives, 
March 17, 1796. 
4th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 40£>-410. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 4th Cong. 1st sess., vol. 5, 

cols. 791-794. 

Recommends loan of $5,000,000 to discharge debt due to Bank 
of United States. 

1796. Bank debt. Report of the board of directors. Communi- 
cated to the Senate, May 11, 1796. 
4th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, page 412. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 

Bank remonstrates against receiving United States stock in 
payment of loans made to United States. 



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21 



1796. Bank loans. Report of the Committee of ways and means. 

Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 3, 
1796. 

4th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, page 412. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 4th Cong. 1st sess., vol. 5, 

col. 1295. 

Bank declines to continue further the loans to United States. 

1796. Sinking fund. Report of the Commissioners of the sinking 
fund. Communicated to the Senate, December 16, 1796, 
and January 26, 1797. 
4th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 465-470. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 4th Cong. 2d sess., vol. 6, cols. 

1523-1524, 1534-1535. 

A portion of stock of United States in the bank, sold, and pro- 
ceeds applied to payment of debt due to the bank. 

1798. Additional revenues. Report of the Committee of ways and 
means. Communicated to the House of Representatives ? 
May 1, 1798. 
5th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 579-587. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

■ Same. In Annals of Congress, 5th Cong. 2d sess., vol. 8, 

cols. 1563-1566. 

Statement of loans made by the bank to the United States up 
to January, 1796, p. 587. 

1800. Estimates for the year 1800. Report of the Committee of 
ways and means. Communicated to the House of Repre- 
sentatives, February 21, 1800. 
6th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 1, pp. 626-632. 

Washington, 1832. F°.) 
Statement of loans made by the bank. to the United States up 

to January, 1800, p. 630. 

1802. State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, Decem- 
ber 20, 1802. [By Albert Gallatin.] 
7th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 5-9. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 
Sale of stock in the Bank of the United States, pp. 6, 9. 
27220—08 4 



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1808. Bank of the United States. Memorial of the stockholders. 

Communicated to the Senate, on the 20th of April, 1808. 
10th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, page 301. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 10th Cong. 1st sess., vol. 17, 

cols. 373-374. 

Soliciting renewal of the charter. 

1809. Bank of the United States. Report of the Secretary of the 

Treasury [Albert Gallatin] on the renewal of the charter. 
Communicated to the Senate, on the 3d of March, 1809. 
10th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 351-353. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 10th Cong. 2d sess., vol. 19, 

cols. 456-461. 

1810. Bank of the United States. Report of the committee to 

whom was referred the- petition of the stockholders of the 
Bank of the United States [in favor of the renewal of the 
charter] . Communicated to the House of Representatives, 
February 19, 1810. 
11th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, page 406. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 2d sess., vol. 21, 

col. 1413. 

1810. Bank of the United States. Report of the Secretary of the 
Treasury [Albert Gallatin] with statements. Communi- 
cated to the Senate on the 4th of April, 1810. 
11th Congress, 2d session. - 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 417-418. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 1st sess., vol. 20, 

cols. 638-640; also vol. 21, App. cols. 2207-2209. 

1810. Bank of the United States. Memorial of the stockholders. 
Communicated to the Senate, Dec. 18, 1810. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

{In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 451—152. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 



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1810. Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 
cols. 21-25. 

Soliciting renewal of the charter. 

1810. Bank of the United States. Memorial of the Chamber of 

Commerce of Philadelphia. Communicated to the Senate, 
December 24, 1810. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 453—454. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 

cols. 31-36. 

Soliciting renewal of the charter. 

1811. Bank of the United States. Memorial of the president and 

directors of the Bank of New York. Communicated to 
the Senate, January 8, 1811. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, page 460. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 

cols. 88-89. 

Solicits renewal of charter. 

1811. Bank of the United States. Report of the Secretary of the 
Treasury [Albert Gallatin]. Communicated to the House 
of Representatives, January 10, 1811. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 460-461. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 

cols. 515-516. 

1811. Bank of the United States. [Resolutions of the legislature 
of Pennsylvania.] Communicated to the House of Repre- 
sentatives, January 22, 1811. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, page 467. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 



Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 
cols. 706. 

Against renewal of the charter. 



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1811. Bank of the United States. Report of the Secretary of the 
Treasury [Albert Gallatin] with statement. Communi- 
cated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1811. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 468-470. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 

cols. 788-791. 

1811. Bank of the United States. [Resolutions of the general as- 
sembly of Virginia.] Communicated to the House of Rep- 
sentatives, January 26, 1811. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, page 470. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 

col. 828. 

Against renewal of the charter. 

1811. Bank of the United States. Memorial of the citizens of 
Philadelphia. Communicated to the Senate on the 31st of 
January, 1811. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 470-471. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 

cols. 112-114. 

Memorial of 868 citizens of Philadelphia, praying renewal of 
the charter. 

1811. Bank of the United States. Memorial of the inhabitants of 
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Communicated to the Senate, on 
the 4th of February, 1811. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 479-480. 

Washington, 1832. F°.) 
Against the renewal of the charter. 

1811. Bank of the United States. Report of the Secretary of the 
Treasury [Albert Gallatin]. Communicated to the Senate, 
on the 5th of February, 1811. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 480-481. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 



Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 
cols. 123-126. 



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25 



1811. Bank of the United States. Report of the committee to 
whom was referred the memorial of the stockholders of 
the Bank of the United States. Communicated to the 
Senate, on the 2d of March, 1811. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 486-487. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 

cols. 361-362. 

Against the renewal of the charter. 
1811. Bank of the United States. Report of the committee to 
whom was referred the memorial of the stockholders of 
the Bank of the United States. Communicated to the 
House of Representatives, March 2, 1811. 
11th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, page 487. Wash- 
ington, 1832. F°.) 

* Same. In Annals of Congress, 11th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 22, 

cols. 1105-1106. 

Against the renewal of the charter. 

1814. Public credit. Report of the Committee of ways and means. 

Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 
18, 1814. 
13th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 866-869. 

Washington, 1832. F°.) 
The establishment of a Bank of the United States proposed, 

pp. 867-869. 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 13th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 28, 

cols. 401-410. 

1814. Bank of the United States. Report of the Secretary of the 
Treasury [A. J. Dallas]. Communicated to the House 
of Representatives, November 28, 1814. 
13th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 872-873. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 13th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 28, 

cols. 652-654. 

1814. Bank of the United States. Memorial of the banks of the 
city of New York. Communicated to the Senate on the 
5th of December, 1814. 
13th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol 2, pp. 876-877. 

Washington, 1832. F°.) 
Against the incorporation of a Bank of the United States. 



26 LIBRAE Y OF CONGRESS 

1815. Bank of the United States. [Act of incorporation and 
President's disapproval, James Madison.] Communi- 
cated to the Senate, January 30, 1815. 
13th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 2, pp. 891-895. 
Washington, 1832. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 13th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 28, 
cols. 189-201. 

State of the Finances. Report of the Secretary of the Treas- 
ury [A. J. Dallas] . Communicated to the Senate, Decem- 
ber 8, 1815. 
14th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 1-19. Wash- 
ington, 1834. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 14th Cong. 1st sess., vol. 29, 
cols. 1601-1645. 

Recommends the establishment of a national bank, p. 19. 

National bank. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury 
[A. J. Dallas]. Communicated to the House of Repre- 
sentatives, January 8, 1816. 
14th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 57-61. Wash- 
ington, 1834. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 14th Cong. 1st sess., vol. 29, 
cols. 494-514. 

Outline of a plan for national bank, pp. 60-61. 

1817. Branch of the Bank of the United States in the District of 
Columbia. Report of the Committee on Finance. Com- 
municated to the Senate, January 7, 1817. 
14th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 149-150. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 14th Cong. 2d sess., vol. 30, 

col. 5.3. 

1817. Bank of the United States. Report from the Committee on 
the National Currency. Communicated to the House of 
Representatives, January 10, 1817. 
14th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 151-153. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 



1815. 



1816. 



Same. In Annals of Congress, 14th Cong. 2d sess., vol. 30, 
cols. 454-459. 



FIRST AND SECOND BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES 27 



Public deposites. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury 
[Wm. H. Crawford]. Communicated to the Senate, De- 
cember 12, 1817. 
15th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 231-232. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 15th Cong. 1st sess., vol. 31, 
cols. 29-32. 

Progress of the removal of the public deposits into Bank of the 
United States. 

Hypothecation of public debt to the Bank of the United 
States. Report from the Committee of ways and means. 
Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 12, 
1818. 

15th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance vol. 3, page 261. Wash- 
ington, 1834. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 15th Cong. 1st sess., vol. 31, 
cols. 1283-1284. 

1818. Proposition to authorize certain officers of the several 
branches of the Bank of the United States to sign and 
issue bills. Report of Secretary of the Treasury [Wm. H. 
Crawford]. Communicated to the Senate, April 9, 1818. 
15th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 266-267. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 15th Cong. 1st sess., vol. 31, 

cols. 351-356. 

1818. Amount of funded debt subscribed to the Bank of the United 
States and the amount sold by the Bank. Report of the 
Secretary of the Treasury [Wm. H. Crawford]. Com- 
municated to the Senate, on the 15th of April, 1818. 
15th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 268-270. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 

■ Same. In Annals of Congress, 15th Cong., 1st sess., vol. 31, 

cols. 370-376. 

1818. Bank of the United States. Report of the Secretary of the 
Treasury [Wm. H. Crawford]. Communicated to the 
Senate, December 7, 1818. 
15th Congress, 3d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 288-296. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 



1817. 



1818. 



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1818. Same. In Annals of Congress, 15th Cong. 3d sess., vol. 33, 

cols. 43-17. 

1819. Bank of the United States. Report of committee appointed 

to inspect the books and to examine into the proceedings 
of the Bank of the United States. Communicated to the 
House of Representatives, January 16, 1819. 
15th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 306-391. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 15th Cong. 2d sess., vol. 33, 

cols. 552-580. 

1820. Banks and the circulating medium in District of Columbia. 

Report of the Committee of the District of Columbia. 
Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 
2, 1820. 
16th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, page 470. Wash- 
ington, 1834. F°.) 

1820. Bank of the United States and other banks and the currency. 

Report of the Secretary of the Treasury [Wm. H. Craw- 
ford]. Communicated to the House of Representatives, 
February 24, 1820. 
16th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 494-514. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 

Same. In Annals of Congress, 16th Cong. 1st sess., vol. 36, 

App. cols. 2366-2405. 

1820. Bank of the United States. Report of the Secretary of the 

Treasury [Wm. H. Crawford]. Communicated to the 
House of Representatives, December 9, 1820. 
16th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 567-570. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 

1821. Amendments to the charter of the United States bank. 

Memorial of the president and directors of the Bank of the 
United States. Communicated to the Senate, January 12, 
1821. 

16th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 586-594. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 



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29 



Same. In Annals of Congress, 16th Cong. 2d sess., vol. 37, 
App. cols. 1534-1553. 

Bank of the United States. Report of the Secretary of the 
Treasury [Wm. H. Crawford]. Communicated to the 
House of Representatives, February 2, 1822. 
17th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, pp. 701-711. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 

Bank of the United States. Report of the committee on the 
memorial of the Bank of the United States. Communi- 
cated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1822. 
17th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 3, page 783. 
Washington, 1834. F°.) 

Same, hi Annals of Congress, 17th Congress, 1st session, 
vol. 38, cols. 1236-1237. 

Bank of the United States. Report from the select commit- 
tee to whom were referred the memorial from several 
banking institutions ... in the State of South Carolina 
. . . February 27, 1823. 
17th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 4, pp. 285-288. 
Washington, 1858. F°.) 

1823. Public deposits in banks and transfers and unavailable funds 
in the Treasury. Communicated to the House of Repre- 
sentatives, March 1, 1823 [by W. H. Crawford, Secretary 
of the treasury]. 
17th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 4, pp. 302-364. 
Washington, 1858. F°.) 

1823. Interest on public debt, bank dividends, duties paid, and 

direct taxes still due. Communicated to the Senate, De- 
cember 5, 1823 [by W. H. Crawford, Secretary of the 
treasury]. 
18th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 4, pp. 368-371. 
Washington, 1858. F°.) 

1824. Bank of the United States. Report from the Secretary of 

the treasury on the affairs of the Bank of the United 
States on the 30th day of December of the years 1822 and 
1823. February 20, 1824. 
18th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 4, pp. 476-481. 
Washington, 1858. F°.) 



1821. 
1822. 

1822. 



1823. 



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1824. Correspondence between the Treasury of the United States 
and Bank of the United States and other banks relative to 
the public deposits, &c. March 22, 1824. 
18th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 4, pp. 495-1077. 
Washington, 1858. F°.) 

1824. Seven millions loan by the Bank of the United States. 

[Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, W. H. Craw- 
ford.] Communicated to the House of Representatives, 
December 15, 1824. 
18th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 5, pp. 146-147. 
Washington, 1859. F°.) 

1825. Stock under the Act of May 24, 1824, for a loan of five 

millions of dollars. Message from the President, trans- 
mitting report from the Secretary of the treasury [W. H. 
Crawford]. Communicated to the House of Representa- 
tives, January 17, 1825. 
18th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, voi. 5, pp. 179-180. 
Washington, 1859. F°.) 

1825. Transactions of the Bank of the United States. Report 

from the Secretary of the treasury [W. H. Crawford]. 
Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 
21, 1825. 
18th Congress, 2d session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 5, pp. 183-219. 
Washington, 1859. F°.) 

1826. Affairs of the Bank of the United States. Communicated 

to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1826 [by 
Richard Rush]. 
19th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 5, pp. 321-357. 
Washington, 1859. F°.) 

1827. Affairs of the Bank of the United States. Communicated to 

the House of Representatives, January 9, 1827 [by Rich- 
ard Rush]. 
19th Congress, 2d session. . 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 5, pp. 548-584. 
Washington, 1859. F°.) 



FIKST AND SECOND BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES 31 

1828. Monthly statements of Bank of the United States for 1827. 

Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 6, 
1828 [by Richard Rush]. 
20th Congress, 1st session. 

{In American state papers. Finance, vol. 5, pp. 902-938. 
Washington, 1859. F°.) 

1828. Average annual amount of public moneys in the Bank of 
the United States and its branches. Communicated to the 
Senate, March 24, 1828 [by Richard Rush, Secretary of 
the treasury]. 
20th Congress, 1st session. 

(In American state papers. Finance, vol. 5, p. 985. Wash- 
ington, 1859. F°.) 

1828. Average annual amount of public moneys in the Bank of 
the United States from 1817 to 1827. Communicated to 
the Senate, May 13, 1828 [by Richard Rush, Secretary of 
the treasury]. 
20th Congress, 1st session. 

{In American state papers. Finance, vol. 5, pp. 1045-1048. 
Washington, 1859. F°.) 



FIRST AND SECOND BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES: DEBATES 

IN CONGRESS 



1791. Debate in the House of Representatives on the bill to incor- 
porate the subscribers to the Bank of the United States. 
Feb. 1-5, 7-8, 1791. 

(In Annals of Congress, 1st Congress, 3d session, vol. 2, cols. 
1891-1960.) 

1796. Debate in the House of Representatives on bill providing for 
payment, in part, of the debt due to the Bank of the 
United States. April 11, 12, 1796. 

(In Annals of Congress, 4th Congress, 1st session, vol. 5, cols. 
914-938.) 

1810. Debate in the House of Representatives on the bill for con- 

tinuing the charter of the Bank of the United States. 
Apr. 13, 20, 21, 1810. 

(In Annals of Congress, 11th Congress, 2d session, vol. 21, cols. 
1795-1817, 1934-1944.) 

1811. Debate in the Senate on the bill "An act to incorporate the 

subscribers to the Bank of the United States." Feb., 1811. 
(In Annals of Congress, 11th Congress, 3d session, vol 22, cols. 
132-150, 152-172, 175-347.) 

1811. Debate in the House of Representatives on the bill to renew 
the charter of the Bank of the United States. Jan., 1811. 

(In Annals of Congress, 11th Congress, 3d session, vol. 22, 
cols. 580-595, 600-625, 627-646, 651-826.) 

1814. Debate in the House of Representatives on the bill to incor- 
porate the subscribers to the Bank of the United States of 
America, Nov.-Dec, 1814. 

(In Annals of Congress, 13th Congress, 3d session, vol. 28, cols. 
561-618, 626-635, 642-644, 651-688, 976-1032.) 

1816. Debate in Senate on the bill from the House of Representa- 
tives to incorporate the subscribers to the Bank of the 
United States. Mar., 1816. 

(In Annals of Congress, 14th Congress, 1st session, vol 29, cols. 
235-281.) 

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1816. Debate in the House of Representatives on the bill establish- 
ing a national bank. Feb.-Apr., 1816. 

(In Annals of Congress, 14th Congress, 1st session, vol. 29, 
cols. 1060-1089, 1091-1122, 1139-1158, 1200-1219, 1337-1343.) 

1818. Debate in the House of Representatives on the bill supple- 
mentary to the act incorporating the Bank of the United 
States. Apr. 16, 1818. 

(In Annals of Congress, 15th Congress, 1st session, vol. 32, 
cols. 1746-1763.) 

1818. Debate in the House of Representatives on the resolution 

that a committee be appointed to inspect the books and 
examine into the proceedings of the Bank of the United 
States. Nov. 25, 30, 1818. 

(In Annals of Congress, 15th Congress, 2d session, vol. 33, 
cols. 317-319, 325-335.) 

1819. Memorial of William Jones, late president of the Bank of 

the United States. Laid before the House, Feb. 8, 1819. 

(In Annals of Congress, 15th Congress, 2d session, vol. 33, 
cols. 1102-1103.) 

1819. Debate in the House of Representatives on the affairs of the 
Bank of the United States. Feb., 1819. 

(In Annals of Congress, 15th Congress, 2d session, vol. 34, cols. 
1240-1271, 1283-1415.) 

1827. Debate in the House of Representatives on a resolution that 
the Comm. on ways & means be instructed to enquire into 
the expediency of providing by law for the sale of that 
portion of the stock of the Bank of the United States 
which is held by the government, Dec. 13, 20, 21, 1827. 

(In Congressional debates, 20th Congress, 1st session, vol. 5. 
cols. 815-818, 827-858.) 

1832. Memorial from the president, directors, and company of the 
Bank of the United States. Presented to the Senate, 
January 9, 1832. 

(In Congressional debates, 22d Congress, 1st session, vol. 11, 
cols. 53-55.) 

1832. Debate in the Senate on "A joint resolution declaratory of 
the meaning of the charter of the Bank of the United 
States on the subject of the paper currency to be issued by 
the bank." Jan. 20, 1832. 

(In Congressional debates, 22d Congress, 1st session, vol. 11, 
cols. 113-154.) 



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1832. Debate in the Senate on a bill to renew the charter of the 
Bank of the United States. Mar. 13, 1832. 

(In Congressional debates, 22d Congress, 1st session, vol. 11, 
cols. 530-558.) 

1832. Debate in the Senate on the bill to modify and continue the 
act to incorporate the subscribers to the Bank of the 
United States. May 23-June 11, 1832. 

{In Congressional debates, 22d Congress, 1st session, vol. 11, 
cols. 943-1073.) 

1832. Debate in the Senate on the bill for renewing and modifying 
the charter of the Bank of the United States, July 11, 12, 
1832. 

(In Congressional debates, 22d Congress, 1st session, vol. 11, 
cols. 1221-1274.) 

1832. Debate in the House of Representatives on the affairs of the 
Bank of the United States. Jan. 9, Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 1, 
7-9, 12-15, 1832. 

(In Congressional debates, 22d Congress, 1st session, vol. 12, 
cols. 1502-1529, 1832-1917, 1943-1995, 2036-2164.) 

1832. Debate in the House of Representatives on the bill to renew 
and modify the charter of the Bank of the United States. 
June 30, July 2, 1832. 

(In Congressional debates, 22d Congress, 1st session, vol. 13, 
cols. 3835-3850.) 

1832. Message of the President [Andrew Jackson], returning the 

bank bill to the Senate, with his objections July 10, 1832. 
(In Congressional debates, 22d Congress, 1st session, vol. 13, 
Appendix, pp. 73-79.) 

1833. Debate in the House of Representatives on Act authorizing 

the sale of the bank stock of the United States, etc., Feb. 
- 13, Mar. 1, 2, 1833. 

(In Congressional debates, 22d Congress, 2d session, vol. 15, 
1707-1722, 1898-1902, 1922-1936.) 

1833-1834. Debate in Congress on the removal of the deposits 
from the Bank of the United States. Dec. 2, 1833, to 
. June 30, 1834. 

(In Congressional debates, 23d Congress, 1st session, vols. 
16-19.) 

1833-1835. Debate in Congress on the removal of the deposits 
from the Bank of the United States. 

(In Congressional Globe, 23d Congress, 1st and 2d session, 2 
vols, in 1. Washington, 1834. F°.) 



) 



LIST OF CONGRESSIONAL DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE 
BANK OF THE UNITED STATES, 1817-1836 



[Note. — The heavy-face numerals at the end of the titles are the serial num- 
bers used in the Check list of documents, published by the Superintendent of 
documents.] 

1818. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting sun- 

dry statements from the Bank of the United States, of its 
concerns and transactions. December 7, 1818. 10 pp. 
Folded sheets. 8°. 
15th Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 3Jf. 14 

1819. Report of the Committee appointed on the 30th of Nevember, 

1818, to inspect the books and examine into the proceed- 
ings of the Bank of the United States. January 16, 1819. 
493 pp. Folded sheets. 8°. 
15th Congress, 2d session. House document no. 92. 21 

1820. Report of the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting state- 

ments in relation to the condition of the Bank of the 
United States and its offices; also, statements in relation 
to the situation of the different chartered banks in the 
different States, and the District of Columbia, etc. Feb- 
ruary 24, 1820. 41 pp. Folded sheets. 8°. 
16th Congress, 1st session. House document no. 86. 36 

■ Same. Reprinted January 14, 1834. 

23d Congress, 1st session. House document no. 51. 255 

1820. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting 
statements showing the state of the Bank of the United 
States on the 25th February, the 27th of May, and 29th No- 
vember last. March 7, 1820. 2 pp. Folded sheets. 8°. 
16th Congress, 1st session. House document no. 92. 36 

1820. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting the 
latest return made to that department of the state of the 
Bank of the United States and of its several offices of dis- 
count and deposite. December 9, 1820. 2 pp. Folded 
sheet. 8°. 

16th Congress, 2d session. House document no. 19. 48 

35 



36 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1821. Memorial of the Bank of the United States and accompany- 

ing documents. January 17, 1821. 23 pp. 8°. 

16th Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 45. 43 

1822. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, accompanied with 

sundry statements in relation to the transactions of the 
Bank of the United States for the year 1821. February 2, 
1822. 2 pp. Folded sheets. 8°. 
17th Congress, 1st session. House document no. 52. 65 3 

1823. Report of the Select committee, to which was referred the 

memorials of several banking institutions and insurance 
companies in the state of South Carolina, and a memorial 
of the Bank of the United States in relation to an amend- 
ment of their charter, etc. February 27, 1823. 8 pp. 8°. 
17th Congress, 2d session. House report no. 101. 87 

1824. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting 

statements of the situation of the Bank of the United 
States on the 8th Jan. 1823, and 10th Jan. 1824. February 
20, 1824. 3 pp. Folded sheets. 8°. 
18th Congress, 1st session. House document no. 78. 97 

1824. Letter from the Treasury Department, accompanied with all 
the correspondence between the Secretary and the banks in 
which the public moneys were deposited between the 1st of 
January, 1817, and the 8th of May, 1822, not heretofore 
communicated to the House of Representatives. March 
22, 1824. 572 pp. 8°. 
18th Congress, 1st session. House document no. 140. 100 

1824. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting the 

information in relation to a continuance of the loan of 
seven millions of dollars by the Bank of the United States. 
December 15, 1824. 
18th Congress, 2d session. House document no. 10. 114 

1825. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting 

statements showing the transactions of the Bank of the 
United States during the year 1824. January 21, 1825. 3 
pp. Folded sheets. 8°. 
18th Congress, 2d session. House document no. 59. 116 

1826. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting the 

monthly statements of the concerns of the Bank of the 
United States for the year 1825. February 24, 1826. 2 
pp. Folded sheets. 8°. 
19th Congress, 1st session. House document no. 105. 135 



FEB ST AND SECOND BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES 37 

1827. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting the 

monthly statements of the Bank of the United States for 
1826. January 9, 1827. 2 pp. Folded sheets. 8°. 
19th Congress, 2d session. House document no. 52. 150 

1828. Report of the Secretary of the treasury, showing the aver- 

age annual amount of moneys in the Bank of the United 
States and its branches for the years 1817 to 1827, inclu- 
sive. March 24, 1828. 4 pp. 8°. 
20th Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 15 If. 166 

1828. Report from the Committee on finance on the average de- 
posits of the Treasury in the bank of the United States 
from 1817 to 1827. May 13, 1828. 10 pp. 8°. 
20th Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 195. 167 

1828. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting the 

monthly statements of the affairs of the Bank of the 
United States for the year 1827. March 6, 1828. 3 pp. 
Folded sheets. 8°. 
20th Congress, 1st session. House document no. 100. 171 

1829. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting 

monthly statements of the affairs of the Bank of the 
United States for the year 1828. January 26, 1829. 1 
page. Folded sheets. 8°. 
20th Congress, 2d session. House document no. 93. 186 

1829. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting the 

monthly statements of the Bank of the United States 
for the year 1829. December 28, 1829. 67 pp. 8°. 
21st Congress, 1st session. House document no. 13. 195 

1830. Report from the Committee on finance, U. S. Senate, on 

the expediency of establishing an uniform national cur- 
rency for the United States. Mar. 29, 1830. 8 pp. 8°. 
21st Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 10 193 

1830. Report from the Committee of ways and means, to whom 

was referred so much of the message of the President as 
relates to the Bank of the United States. April 13, 1830. 
42 pp. 8°. 

21st Congress, 1st session. House report no. 358. 201 

1831. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting the 

monthly statements of the Bank of the United States for 
the year 1830. Jan. 22, 1831. 79 pp. 8°. 

21st Congress, 2d session. House document no. 63. 208 



38 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1832. Report from the Secretary of the treasury, with the monthly 
statements of the Bank of the United States, for the year 
1831. Jan. 13, 1832. 73 pp. 8°. 

22d Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 27. 212 

1832. Report from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting 
certain information relative to the Bank of the United 
States. Jan. 23, 1832. 101 pp. 8°. 
22d Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 31. 212 

1832. Report from the Secretary of the treasury relative to the 
public debt 3 per cent stock, public money in Bank of the 
United States, etc. January 25, 1832. 3 pp. 8°. 

22d Congress, 1st session. Senate, document no. 36. 212 

1832. Report from the Committee on finance, U. S. Senate, Feb- 
ruary 7, 1832. 27 pp. 8°. 
22d Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 50. 212 

1832. Report from the Secretary of the treasury, with monthly 
statements of the Bank of the United States for January 
and February, 1832. March 5, 1832. 13 pp. 8°. 

22d Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 96. 213 

1832. Documents from N. Biddle, President of the Bank of the 
United States, to Hon. G. M. Dallas, Chairman of the 
Select Committee of the Senate on the memorial of the 
Bank of the United States. March 12, 1832. 50 pp. 8°. 
22d Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 98. 213 

1832. Report from the Secretary of the treasury, with monthly 
statements of the Bank of the United States for March, 
April, and May, 1832. June 4, 1832. 19 pp. 8°. 

22d Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 156. 214 

1832. Message from the President returning the bank bill, with 
his objections, etc. July 10, 1832. 13 pp. 8°. 
22d Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 180. 214 

1832. Bank of the United States. The act incorporating the Bank 
of the United States, the act amendatory thereto, the 
charter of the old Bank of the United States. February 
20, 1832. 26 pp. 8°. 
22d Congress, 1st session. House document no. 128. 219 

1832. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, in relation to the 
Bank of the United States. March 1, 1832. 66 pp. 8°. 
22d Congress, 1st session. House document no. lift. 219 



FIRST AND SECOND BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES 39 



1832. Message from the President, returning the bank bill, with his 
objections, etc. July 16, 1832. 1-1 pp. 8°. 
22d Congress, 1st session. House ex. document no. 300. 221 

1832. Renew charter Bank United States. Report from the Com- 
mittee of ways and means. February 9, 1832. 70 pp. 8°. 
%2d Congress, 1st session. House report no. 283. 225 

Views of the majority, pp. 1-4; Report of the Committee of 
ways and means, April 13, 1830, pp. 5— i6 ; Views of the 
minority, pp. 49-66 ; Official opinion of Thomas Jefferson 
in 1791 upon the establishment of a National bank, pp. 67-70. 

1832. Bank of the United States. Report from the select commit- 
tee appointed to inspect the books and examine into the 
proceedings of the Bank of the United States. April 30, 
1832. 572 pp. 8°. 

22d Congress, 1st session. House report no. lfiO. 227 

1832. Report from the Secretary of the treasury, with statements 
from the agent appointed to inspect the accounts and 
books of the Bank of the United States. December 10, 
1832. 33 pp. 8°. 
22d Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. If. 230 

1832. Report from the Secretary, transmitting the monthly state- 

ments of the Bank of the United States from June to No- 
vember, inclusively. December 11, 1832. 37 pp. 8°. 

22d Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 6. 230 

1833. Report from the Secretary, with the monthly statement of 

the Bank of the United States for December, 1832. Jan- 
uary 21, 1833. 38 pp. 8°. 

22d Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 38. 230 

1833. Report from the Secretary of the treasury, with informa- 
tion concerning the Bank of the United States. March 
1, 1833. 4 pp. 8°. 

22d Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 82. 230 

1832. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting a 
report of the agent employed to inspect the accounts of 
the Bank of the United States, etc., etc. Dec. 11, 1832. 
33 pp. 8°. 

22d Congress, 2d session. House document no. 8. 233 



40 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1832. Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting the 

correspondence with the Bank of the United States upon 
the subject of the postponement of the payment of the 
three per cent stock of the United States, etc., etc. Decem- 
ber 13, 1832. 13 pp. 8°. 
22d Congress, 2d session. House document no. 9. 233 

1833. Bank of the United States. Report from the Committee of 

ways and means. March 1, 1833. 184 pp. 8°. 
22d Congress, 2d session. House report no. 121. 236 

1834. Report from the Secretary of the treasury, with monthly 

returns of the Bank of the United States for the months 
of January and February, 1834. March 1, 1834. 13 pp. 
8°. 

23d Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 137. 239 

1834. Report from the Secretary of the treasury, with statements 
of the affairs of the Bank of the United States and of the 
State banks in which the public money has been deposited. 
May 16, 1834. 246 pp. 8°. 

23d Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 373. 242 

1834. Monthly statements of the affairs of the Bank of the United 
States from January, 1831, to June, 1834. June 28, 1834. 
247 pp. 8°. 

23d Congress, 1st session. House document no. 523. 259 

1834. Report from the Committee appointed to investigate the 
affairs of the Bank of the United States. May 22, 1834. 
93 pp. 8°. 

23d Congress, 1st session. House report no. 4-81. 263 

1834. Report from the Secretary of the treasury , ' with monthly 
statements of the affairs of the Bank of the United States 
and of those State banks selected as depositories of the 
public money. December 9, 1834. 609 pp. 8°. 

23d Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 8. 266 

1834. Report from the Committee on finance, who were instructed 
to investigate the affairs and conduct of the Bank of the 
United States. December 18, 1834. 340, 9 pp. 8°. 
23d Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 17. 267 

1836. Report from the Secretary of the treasury, with returns of 
the Bank of the United States and the deposite banks. 
January 14, 1836. 757 pp. 8°. 
24-th Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 312. 282 



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FIRST AND SECOND BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES 41 



1837. Memorial of the president and directors of the Bank of the 

United States, praying a settlement of the accounts of the 
said bank with the United States. February 24, 1837. 
3 pp. 8°. 

24th Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 201. 298 

1838. Report from the Secretary of the treasury, transmitting 

returns of the Bank of the United States. January 15, 
1838. 221 pp. 8°. 
25th Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 128. 315 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Page 

Adams, John Quincy 3 

Allan, Chilton 3 

Ames, Herman V 3 

Baker, Henry F 3 

Bancroft, George 3 

Beardsley, Samuel 5 

Benton, Thomas Hart 6, 16 

Biddle, Nicholas 6,38 

Brothers, Thomas 6 

Buchanan, James 6 

Bullock, Charles J 6 

Calhoun, John C 7 

Carey, Mathew 7 

Catterall, Ralph Charles Henry _ 7 

Clarke, Matthew St. Clair 7 

Clay, Henry 8 

Cobbett, William 10 

Conant, Charles Arthur 8 

Crawford, William H 27-30 

Gushing, Caleb 8 

Dallas, Alexander James 8, 25, 26 

Dawes, Charles G 8 

Dewey, Davis Rich 8 

Dillon, John M 12 

Duane, William J 8 

Dunbar, Charles Franklin 8, 9 

Duncombe, Charles 9 

Gallatin, Albert 9,14,21-21 

Gilbart, James William 10 

Giles, William Branch 10 

Gouge, William M 10 

Grundy, Felix 10 

Hall, D. A 7 

Hamilton, Alexander— 10, 11, 16, 18-20 

Haskell, Louise Porter 11 

Hepburn, Alonzo Barton 11 

Hildreth, Richard 11 



Page 

Ingersoll, Charles Jared 11 

Jackson, Andrew 15,16,34,39 

Jefferson, Thomas 39 

Johnson, Joseph French 12 

Jones, Seaborn 12 

Knox, John Jay 12 

Lodge, Henry Cabot 11 

McPherson, Edward 15 

Madison, James ■ 26 

Marshall, John 12 

Mayo, Robert 12 

Penrose, Charles Bingham 13 

Polk, James Knox 13 

Prager, Max 13 

Raffalovich, Arthur 13 

Raguet, Condy 13 

Rhodes, B 12 

Root, L. Carroll 14 

Rush, Richard 30,31 

Scott, William A 14 

Sergeant, John 14 

Sprague, O. M. W 9 

Sumner, William Graham 14 

Tallmadge, Nathaniel Pitcher__ 14 
United States: 

Congress 15 

Laws, statutes, etc 15 

President 15, 16 

'Treasury Dept 16 

Van Buren, Martin 16 

Webster, Daniel 16 

Weightman, Roger Chew 16 

AVhite, Horace 17 

Williams, Henry 17 

Wolcott, Oliver 20 

Youngman, E. H 12 



43 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Page 



Bank of North America : 

Clarke, M. St. C. and D. A. 

Hall 7 

Hamilton, A 11 

Bank of the United States, 
First (1791-1811) : 

Ames, H. V 3 

Clarke, M. St. C. and D. A. 

Hall 7 

Giles, W. B 10 

Johnson, J. F 12 

Root, L. C 14 

Bank of the United States, 

Second (1816-1836) 3-5 

Bancroft, G 3 

Brief review 6 

Catterall, R. C. H 7 

Clarke, M. St. C. and D. A. 

Hall 7 

The First [second] bank 9 

Haskell, L. P 11 

Johnson, J. F 12 

Observations on 12 

Raffalovich, A 13 

Root, L. C 14 

Van Buren, M 16 

White, H 17 

Banking, Theory and history : 

Dunbar, C. F 8, 9 

Banking system, United States : 

Dawes, C. G 8 

Gallatin, A 9 

Gilbart, J. W 10 

Gouge, W. M 10 

Hildreth, R 11 

Knox, J. J 12 

Sumner, W. G 14 

Banks, Index of bills relating to : 
U. S. J[3d Congress, 2d ses- 
sion 15 

Banks and banking : 

Baker, H. F 3 

Williams, H 17 



Page 

Charter, First Bank : 
Cong. docs. — 

1832 38 

Renewal of — 

Carey, M 7 

Clay, H 8 

U. S. President 15 

Amer. state papers — 

1808-1811 22-25 

Debates in Congress. 

1810, 1811 32 

Charter, Second bank, Amend- 
ments to : 

Amer. State papers- — 

1821 28 

Cong. docs. — 

1823 36 

Renewal of — 

Biddle, N 6 

Brothers, T 6 

Calhoun, J. C 7 

Penrose, C. B 13 

Tallmadge, N. P 14 

U. S. President 15 

Webster, D 16 

Debates in Congress. 

1832 34 

Cong. docs. — 

1832 39 

Veto message (Jackson) — 

General Jackson vetoed 9 

Review of the veto 13 

U. S. President 15, 16 

Webster, D. Speech on 16 

Cong. docs. — 

1832— 3§, 39 

Currency, United States : 

Hepburn, A. B 11 

Raguet, C 13 

Scott, W. A 14 

Sumner, W. G 14 

Debt, Public. See Loans from 
Bank of U. S. 

45 



46 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Page 



Deposits, Bill regulating the de- 
posits of public moneys in local 
banks : 

Polk, J. K 13 

Deposits, Public in Bank of 
U. S. : 

Cong. docs. — 

1828 37 

Removal of the — 

Adams, J. Q 3 

Allan, C 3 

Bank of the United States. . 4 

Beardsley, S 5 

Calhoun, J. C 7 

Duane, W. J 8 

Jones, S 12 

Mayo, R 12 

Polk, J. K 13 

Union committee, N. Y 14 

U. S. Congress 15 

Webster, D 16 

Aimer, state papers— 

1817' 27 

Debates in Congress — 

1833-1835 34 

Restoration of — 

Penrose, C. B 13 

Polk, J. K 13 

Financial History of United 
States : 

Dewey, D. R 8 

First Bank of the United 
States. See Bank of the 
United States, First. 
Fbee banking : 

Duncombe, C 9 

Hildreth R 11 

Incorporate the Subscribers, 
Act to, First Bank: 

Debates in Congress — 

1791,1811 32 

Second Bank- 
Bank of the United States. _ 3-4 

Buchanan, J 6 

Amer. state papers — 

1814 25 

1815 26 

Debates in Congress — 

1814, 1816 32 

1818 33 

1832 34 



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Incorporate the Subscribers, 
Act to, Second Bank : 
Cong. docs. — 

1832 38 

Investigations, reports, etc. : 

Bank of the United States 4, 5 

U. S. Congress 15 

Amer. state papers — 

1819 28 

Cong. docs. — 

1819 35 

1832 39 

1834 40 

Laws of United States relating 
to currency and banking : 

Dunbar, C. F 9 

Digest of — 
U. S. Laws, statutes, etc— 15 
Loans : 

Amer. state papers — 

1792, 1793 19 

1794, 1796 20, 21 

1798, 1800 21 

1818 27 

1824, 1825 30 

Debates in Congress — 

1796 32 

Cong. docs. — 

1824 36 

1832 40 

1837 41 

Money and banking: 

White, H 17 

National bank : 

Brief outline 6 

Dallas, A. J 8 

Hamilton, A 10,11 

Union committee, N. Y 14 

U. S. Treasury dept 16 

Webster, D 16 

Williams, H 17 

Amer. state papers — 

1790 18 

1815, 1816 26 

Debates in Congress — 

1816 33 

Cong. docs. — 

1832 39 

Paper money: 

Gouge, W. M 10 

Hildreth, R 11 



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Paper money: 

Debates in Congress- 

1832 

Sale of stock, U. S. : 

Amer. state papers — 

1792 

1796, 1802 

Debates in Congress— 

1827 

1833 



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33 



18 
21 

33 
34 



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Second Bank of the United 
States. See Bank of the 
United States, Second 
State Banks as depositories : 
Cong. docs. — 

1834 

Veto Message (Jackson). See 
Charter, Second Bank 



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